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(New page: This website lists some <a href='/im-services'>IM services</a> at which end users can create accounts. An "IM service" is basically a specific deployment of Jabber services at a particular...)
 
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This website lists some <a href='/im-services'>IM services</a> at which end users can create accounts. An "IM service" is basically a specific deployment of Jabber services at a particular domain (e.g., im.flosoft.biz). To protect end users from unreliable services, the [[Team | Jabber.org Team] must approve all additions to the list, in accordance with the [[ServicesPolicy | IM services policy]].
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This website lists some [[Services IM services] at which end users can create accounts. An "IM service" is basically a specific deployment of Jabber services at a particular domain (e.g., im.flosoft.biz). To protect end users from unreliable services, the [[Team | Jabber.org Team] must approve all additions to the list, in accordance with the [[ServicesPolicy | IM services policy]].
  
 
To have your IM service added to the jabber.org list, please make sure that your service allows end users to register new accounts (either [http://www.xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0077.html in-band] or via the web) and send the following information to the email address "verification @ jabber.org":
 
To have your IM service added to the jabber.org list, please make sure that your service allows end users to register new accounts (either [http://www.xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0077.html in-band] or via the web) and send the following information to the email address "verification @ jabber.org":
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* The SSL-only port for client-to-server communications (typically "5223")
 
* The SSL-only port for client-to-server communications (typically "5223")
  
* A website that provides information about the service (e.g.,  
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* A website that provides information about the service (e.g., "http://im.flosoft.biz/")
"http://im.flosoft.biz/")
 
  
* The preferred contact information for the service admin, including name,  
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* The preferred contact information for the service admin, including name, email address, JabberID, and telephone number. (NOTE: We respect your privacy and will not reveal any of this information!)
email address, JabberID, and telephone number. (NOTE: We respect your privacy and will not reveal any of this information!)
 
 
 
* The approximate latitude and longitude of the machine hosting the service
 
(used in providing service lists to end users). A nice site for lookup your
 
geolocation is [http://www.gpsvisualizer.com/geocoding.html here]
 
  
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* The approximate latitude and longitude of the machine hosting the service  (used in providing service lists to end users). A nice site for lookup your  geolocation is [http://www.gpsvisualizer.com/geocoding.html here]
  
 
* The server software you use (e.g., "ejabberd")
 
* The server software you use (e.g., "ejabberd")
  
 
* A small description of your server for Jabber.org
 
* A small description of your server for Jabber.org

Revision as of 21:03, 21 August 2008

This website lists some [[Services IM services] at which end users can create accounts. An "IM service" is basically a specific deployment of Jabber services at a particular domain (e.g., im.flosoft.biz). To protect end users from unreliable services, the [[Team | Jabber.org Team] must approve all additions to the list, in accordance with the IM services policy.

To have your IM service added to the jabber.org list, please make sure that your service allows end users to register new accounts (either in-band or via the web) and send the following information to the email address "verification @ jabber.org":

  • The domain name for your service (e.g., "im.flosoft.biz")
  • The SSL-only port for client-to-server communications (typically "5223")
  • The preferred contact information for the service admin, including name, email address, JabberID, and telephone number. (NOTE: We respect your privacy and will not reveal any of this information!)
  • The approximate latitude and longitude of the machine hosting the service (used in providing service lists to end users). A nice site for lookup your geolocation is here
  • The server software you use (e.g., "ejabberd")
  • A small description of your server for Jabber.org